Rantings and Ravings of three NY Red Bull fans: Jason, Pat, and Truman. Shows include:
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RBR 145: The Unkindest Cut of All
The Red Bulls managed to take the lead in Seattle, and then for the first time ever in 2015, lost a game from a leading position. FIFA is also still in the news, but possibly for one of the best reasons ever. Dan Feuerstein calls in to give his opinion on it. Dave Martinez goes to Cuba, and then talks to us? It may sound crazy, but it happened. Finally the guys preview Houston, give their two cents on FIFA, and relive another RBR moment in the walk to Episode 150. WARNING: This is the last episode available via the old RSS/iTunes/Stitcher feeds. Switch now to the new feeds using the links at the bottom of this post. Follow @RedBullRant Subscribe via RSS Reader
RBR 144: Game over, man Game over!
A 2-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union. A bunch of FIFA Officials get arrested in the US and Switzerland. A match away to the Seattle Sounders. These are tough times being a New York Red Bulls fan. Is there any silver lining? Maybe it’s food? Reminder: There are only a few shows left until the old Red Bull Rant feeds go dark; make sure to subscribe to the new ones. Help fund the Red Bull Rant by visiting our Patreon page and donating to the show on a monthly basis.WARNING: The Red Bull Rant is a free flowing conversation about soccer that may include adult language or topics. Listener discretion is advised.Follow @RedBullRant Subscribe via RSS Reader
RBR 143: Bagel time!
A scoreless draw in Dallas where the Red Bulls were snubbed and MLS/Univision got it wrong. Rich Ransom of Brotherly Game joins the show to talk the match against the Union. Pat MacDonald check ins with the man on the dance floor while Jason & Truman hold it down in his absence. Another RBR moment on the way to Episode 150 and some Open Cup news wraps up the episode. Musical Credits:Opening & Closing: Jersey Sweep by The ScandalsBreak 1: Rumble - http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-musicBreak 2 & 3: Real Believers by Bouncing Souls
RBR 142: Smurf Stomping
Jason is back from feeling sick and missing the NYC FC match live to discuss it with Pat & Truman. The match, the supporters, everything is open for discussion. No guest this week so they can talk about it more. It’s followed up by a preview of the FC Dallas match, featuring some old friends. Truman’s Terrible Team of the Week and another RBR Moment round out the episode. Musical Credits:Opening & Closing: Jersey Sweep by The ScandalsBreak 1: Rumble - http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
RBR 141: Hudson River Blues
Jason is out with a sore throat, so Pat & Truman step up and talk about the New England loss without their captain. They’re joined by Rafa Noboa y Rivera of Hudson River Blue to talk about the match against New York City FC. In the final segment, they give their predictions, Tuman’s Bad Team of the Week, and Jason has been a busy guy. They finish off with the first of the 10 best moments in the leadup to episode 150. Musical Credits:Opening & Closing: Jersey Sweep by The ScandalsBreak 1: Imperial MarchBreak 2: Rumble - http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
RBR 140: It takes One to know One
Well the Red Bulls extended their unbeaten streak to 7, but only managed 2 points in 2 home matches. The boys look at what happened against the LA Galaxy & Colorado Rapids. Jake Catanese of The Bent Musket joins as this week’s guest to look at the upcoming match in Foxboro. In the final segment, it’s previews for New England, the International Champions Cup, and the US Open Cup. Oh, and Pat has some distractions as well. Musical Credits:Opening & Closing: Jersey Sweep by The ScandalsBreak 1: Rumble - http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-musicBreak 2: True Believers by Bouncing Souls Subscribe to our new iTunes and Stitcher feeds before the end of May so you don't lose out on new episodes.
Please get a guest every week. My only suggestion would be that jason should speak a bit faster and without pauses.
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This podcast isn't afraid to speak the truth, and I respect that. The guys obviously know their stuff, and they present their information in an easy to understand way. They also are very real and rational which is good considering the Red Bulls are linked to almost every overaged transfer target on the market. I enjoy this podcast.
Gets better every week!